He says he’s not actively running for the spot but that he’d be willing to be talked into the position. So basically, “come and get me but I won’t beg.” What do you think, NJ? Does having our fair governor on the ticket make Romney more electable? It will at least make the campaign more [...]
Archive for April, 2012
Last night a bit of a Twitter feud erupted between actor D.L. Hughley and Newark Mayor Cory Booker. Hughley initially tweeted: Whew!! Just landed in the U.S.from Qatar! Glad I made it back safely! But I landed in Newark so u was probably safer there! Well as you can imagine it didn’t take long for [...]
If you’re a summer reader of YDKJ, you know that we are part of an organic CSA (community supported agriculture) program. Part of being in the CSA means that you must volunteer a certain number of hours preparing the food. Last year, we took you with us as we harvested garlic. This year, we chose [...]
Cabin in the woods is the reason that I go to the movies. It is like no movie you have ever seen before.
Booker was born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in the town of Harrington Park in Bergen County. Booker is an alumnus of Northern Valley Regional High School at Old Tappan, where he was a 1986 USA Today All-American football player.
OK, maybe it’s too small to make the whole family their morning eggs. But, look how CUTE this pan is!!
What started over 20 years ago as a horror convention has grown into the largest pop-culture entertainment convention in New Jersey covering not only horror but all genres. It is held twice a year currently at the Hilton Parsippany in Parsippany N.J.
With their overtime win in Game 6 on Tuesday, the Devils escaped elimination and forced a game 7 tonight at 8:30 in Florida.
Do you like the family fun of The Wildwoods or the groove of Asbury Park? The craziness of Seaside Heights or the relaxed atmosphere of Avon-by-the-Sea? You still have time to vote in the New Jersey Top Ten Beaches survey by The New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium (NJSGC) and the Richard Stockton College Coastal Research [...]